Trauma Exposures and Posttraumatic Stress among Zimbabwean refugees in South Africa.

@article{Idemudia2013TraumaEA,
  title={Trauma Exposures and Posttraumatic Stress among Zimbabwean refugees in South Africa.},
  author={Erhabor Sunday Idemudia and John Kino Yamaguchi Williams and Sylvester Ntomchukwu Madu and Gail Elizabeth Wyatt},
  journal={Life science journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={10 3}
}
Zimbabwean refugees can be considered a vulnerable group in terms of how they are displaced with many of them having lived through hardships on their way to South Africa and other African countries. Zimbabwe is known to be Africa's most extraordinary producer of migrants and the biggest producer of refugees in Southern Africa. It is estimated that 3.4 million Zimbabweans, a quarter of the country's population, have fled the country. Economic collapse, hunger and political repression have been… CONTINUE READING

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